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Maps of Twitter activity show how political polarization manifests online and why divides are so hard to bridge.
The first Obama campaign kicked off a technological revolution in electioneering. Where is it going next?
Why the country’s adoption of ever-more-intrusive technology could, paradoxically, lead to stronger civil liberties.
Here’s how hackers could strike the 2018 midterm elections.
Long before the internet, hate speech flourished in echo chambers of a different kind.
The AI advances that brought you Alexa are teaching propaganda how to talk.
21st-century digital evangelists had a lot in common with early Christians and Russian revolutionaries.
Science fiction: What happens when fake news is everywhere?
MIT Technology Review helps you figure out who is on the other side of your debate.